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IES Top 100 Players of 2012-13. (60-69)

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By: James Johnson

My apologies for the delay last week, folks, but IES Top 100 is back this week as we take a look at players 69-60. In this week’s top 100, the offensive line dominated the countdown again with 4 more lineman revealed, the DB’s also get some love with three players, and a savvy veteran receiver that could stir up some controversy makes the cut. That said, I won’t keep you waiting any longer–here’s the latest edition of IES Top 100. Enjoy!
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IES Top 100 Players of 2012-13 (89-80).

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By: James Johnson

As you all know, last week IES began its listing of the NFL’s top 100 players. We got great feedback for players 100-90 and would like to thank all of our readers. That said, the controversy continues this week with numbers 89-80. If you noticed, for this portion of our listing I piggy-backed off the listing of Pete Prisco at the end. I did so because I felt it was the right way to compare three specific rookies who took the league by storm. I hoped it would help our readers to better understand why I ranked them as I did. So without further ado, here’s this week’s listing of players 89-80. Read the rest of this entry »

Why the New England Patriots should be concerned about Rob Gronkowski.

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Image from philly.com
Image from philly.com

By: Eric Serna

Let me start this article by saying I have sacrificed a lot for our readers by writing this today. No, not because I’m a Giants fan. But because in searching for a picture like the one above, I had to endure pages upon pages of Mr. Gronkowski basically naked from when he did photo shoots for ESPN Magazine: The Body Issue. Literally every other picture, he had a shirt off or was wearing next to nothing (not that anything is wrong with that). But now that I’ve gotten that out of the way, this article is about something serious, and that is the mounting injury concerns for Rob Gronkowsi and why the New England Patriots need to really be concerned for their elite tight end.

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